Training and Employee Engagement: An Impact Analysis


Pabitra Kumar Praida, Research Scholar, Dr. Bijaya Kumar Sundaray, Reader
Department of Personnel Management & Industrial Relations (PM&IR), Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India.


Training and Employee engagement has generated a great deal of attention among many human resource practitioners, business entrepreneurs and academic researchers across the globe. Training for employee and engagement is very important for smooth functioning and survival of the business. This research aims to find out the “Effects of Training on Employee Engagement” in a famous Aluminum company of Government of India. The organisation is a Navratna group ‘A’ CPSE having integrated and diversified operations in mining, metal and power under Ministry of Mines, Government of India. The purpose of this research is aimed to study the impact of training on employee engagement. A survey of 143 employees via self-administered questionnaire with the help of simple random sampling technique is conducted. The data has been checked through statistical software SPSS 25.0 to perform the descriptive analysis, t-test and regression analysis through Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). This study will be restoring further research and establish the significance of employee training and engagement and align them strategically for sustainability of the organization and retention of the employees.